Hi! I'm a beginner in Java can you share an answer for this assignment since I already been doing this for a week and I don't know how to answer.

Create a Student class with those attributes:

  1. firstName
  2. lastName
  3. grades (it contains grades between 0 and 10)
  4. gradesAverage
    The Student class will have a constructor to initialize it names.
    The Student class also has 6 methods:
  5. One to get average
  6. 2 other ones for the names
  7. A last one for the grades
  8. A method to add grades , for this one you’ll have to
    check if the grade is a number, if it’s not return an error
    code. After this the grade has to fit between 0 and 10 if

it doesn’t fit, return another error code. The method

also have to update the average.

  1. A method that return a description with the names and
    grade average, example “Maulana Romar John, has a
    grade average of 10/10 ”
    Once the class is done create a program to test it

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Show us the code you have produced so far, and tell us where you are getting stuck, and then maybe someone can help...

Thank you for your response. Yeah, I am so sorry. Here's my code..I am stuck in determining the string if it is a number or not.

 public void inputGrades(){
       String[] grades = new String[6]; 
   int size = grades.length;
   for(int j = 0; j < size; j++){
       grades[j] = captain.nextLine();
   }

   public double Addgrades(String[] grades){
   int size = grades.length;
   for(int j = 0; j < size; j++){
       double grade = Double.parseDouble(grades[j]);
       if(grade > 0 ){
          if(grade > 0 && grade < 10)
          this.sum = this.sum + grade;
          else{
              System.setErr(null);
          }
       }
       else{
            System.setErr(null);
       }
   }
   return this.gradesAverage = sum/size;

When you call parseDouble passing a string that cannot be parsed as a number Java will throw a NumberFormatException
You can put your parseDouble inside a try block and catch the exception - your catch block will be executed if and only if the string does not represent a valid number.

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